Help occupants concentrate better in open floor plans with this acoustical partition, now on a rolling track

by Brianna Crandall — April 27, 2018 — Open floor plans — whether in offices, retail stores, schools, hotels, restaurants, or healthcare settings — can result in visual and acoustical distractions, points out Kirei USA, a provider of innovative sound management solution materials. The company just launched an innovative wall partition to help facilities managers (FMs) deal with this challenge: EchoScreen Rolling Track.

Acoustical partitions on a rolling track

The EchoScreen wall partition provides a modular solution for visual and acoustical space division. Image courtesy Woven Image

A modular solution for visual and acoustical space division, the EchoScreen wall partition may be hung from the ceiling or mounted to nearly any wall surface individually or in groups to segment space and help reduce sonic and visual overstimulation for more healthy, productive workspaces giving a greater ability to focus.

EchoScreen’s Rolling Track hardware was launched this month and allows for panels to run on a moveable track. It can be installed in continuous runs or side-by-side for bypass or overlapping screen panels.

EchoScreen panels measure 94” tall by 46” wide and are eco-consciously made from a combination of recycled PET and aluminum by Woven Image, the maker of EchoPanel products distributed exclusively in North America by Kirei. Components can be reused or recycled at the end of life, contributing to LEED green building credits.

Beyond the standard designs such as “School Is In Triptych” and “Honeycomb,” EchoScreen panels can be custom printed and cut in a variety of 20 neutral and vibrant colors.

For more information, visit the EchoScreen product page on the Kirei website.